Rush are one of rock's more unique bands, crafting progressive songs with staggering complexity, yet maintaining enough mainstream appeal that has kept them at the forefront of the genre for the last four decades. The all-star Rush tribute band Hurry recently played a show in Anaheim, Calif., with some of rock and metal's most revered musicians rising to the challenge of playing their music. Already packed with talent, a couple special guests made their way onstage as well.

Joining bassist James LoMenzo (John Fogerty, Megadeth, Black Label Society), guitarist Brent Woods (Sebastian Bach, Vince Neil), drummer Brian Tichy (Bonzo Bash, Whitesnake, Foreigner) and keyboardist Stephen Le Blanc (Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience) was fellow Canadian Sebastian Bach. The former Skid Row singer has a impressive set of pipes and tears through Rush classics like "Tom Sawyer" (video above) "Limelight" and "Red Barchetta.".

Legendary bassist Rudy Sarzo also took the stage, plucking the strings with his visceral tone to "Lakeside Park" (first video below). The fun didn't stop there as Korn's Ray Luzier bashed the skins to one of the biggest Rush hits, the anthemic "Free Will" (second video below), starting off with huge cymbal hits and some drummer stage moves tossing his stick in the air and spinning it between his fingers after catching it.

Hurry will be performing on Feb. 21 in Miami, Fla. on the weekend before the Monsters of Rock Cruise is scheduled to set sail. They'll be joining Winger and Saigon Kick as part of the Shredder's Ball event.

Hurry Perform "Lakeside Park" With Rudy Sarzo

Hurry Perform "Free Will" With Ray Luzier

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